Remedy Rule is the lone female representative of the Philippine Swimming at the Tokyo Olympics after booking a trip to Japan via universality places.
She tallied 830 FINA ranking points, emerging as the top point earner among female swimmers in the Philippines at the June 20 cutoff.
She will take part in the 200m butterfly event at the Tokyo Games.
In the 2020 TYR Pro Swim Series in Des Moines, she registered a time of 2min 9.58sec in the 200m butterfly to make the Olympic cut, which stands at 2:12.28. In the same meet, she also clocked in 2:09.35 the women’s 200m freestyle.
She has brought honors to the Philippines before when she bagged two silvers and two bronzes at the 2019 SEA Games.
Ohmer Bautista is a sports journalist who has covered local and international sporting events in the Philippines. The views expressed are his own.
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